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Caribu Moleskin Horse Rugs

Caribu Moleskin Horse Rugs
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Cotton Moleskin Horse Rugs - Ideal for use as an under rug, stable rug, or an event rug.

Custom made to our specifications, our Moleskin Horse Rugs feature a plush brushed 100% cotton fabric. The brushed underside adds for extra warmth and is easy on the coat. Being a natural product, the fabric offers the perfect balance for breathability and warmth when used as an under rug.

Moleskin is very versatile - they can be worn as a dress/show rug, an under rug or are ideal as a general stable rug.

With a generous drop & shoulder gussets, this horse rug has been made with the Australian climate and horses in mind.

Our Moleskin Horse Rugs feature:

• Premium 100% Cotton with brushed underside (300gsm Fabric)
• Dual 25mm Stainless Chest Buckles
• 2 x D Rings for possible hood attachment
• Gussets at shoulders for freedom of movement
• Bartac reinforcing used on all fittings
• Rump darts, for a snug fit
• Adjustable/removable webbed leg straps
• Fleece padding to protect the wither
• Removable Webbed Leg straps

Colours: Beige

Note#: During production our Moleskin rugs have mistakenly had the composition labels attached that we use on our Paddock Ripstop Range. Hence they state fabric composition as 30% Cotton and 70% Polyester. This is incorrect - rest assured our Moleskin rugs are 100% Cotton construction.

Please refer to our Rug Sizing Guide for a guide to sizing your horse.

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  • Reviewer: Alexandria Carruthers
    Fantastic rug! True to size, reduces static and doesn't slip around under heavier rugs.
  • Reviewer: Michaela S
    YAY Can't wait, I love my ponys moleskin rug and so does she, they are the best rugs for stopping Static with synthetic rugs and with the way you make your rugs it's going to be great.
  • Reviewer: Janine
    I use this rug under a rain sheet and it is awesome. Keeps him warm yet not hot, lovely and soft and stays in correct position. Also use as a light rug for travelling etc. Recommend.
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Is my horse too hot or too cold under his horse rugs?
Is my horse too hot or too cold under his horse rugs?
Posted: Friday, March 3, 2017 | Views: 19747
Comments: 4

Learning to read your horse for signs of discomfort is an easy skill to learn when rugging horses.

Avoid a winter coat - when should I start rugging my Horse?
Avoid a winter coat - when should I start rugging my Horse?
Posted: Monday, January 2, 2017 | Views: 9576
Comments: 2

We get asked this question often. You will be surprised how early in the season you need to start. The reduction in the length of day light hours is a trigger for your horse to grow his Winter Coat

Using Under Rugs – Wool or Cottons?
Using Under Rugs – Wool or Cottons?
Posted: Tuesday, May 5, 2015 | Views: 8143
Comments: 2

Selecting suitable rugs for your horses can come down to a number of factors. Even a horses temperament is something that needs to be considered. Let us take the guess work out of it for you.

Horse rugging for show preparation
Horse rugging for show preparation
Posted: Saturday, March 28, 2015 | Views: 6418
Comments: 0

Rugging your horse for show preparation takes some forward planning to insure your horses coat is looking it best in the ring. Their are a variety of different horse rugs and techniques to insure you have success.

Is my horse too hot or too cold under his horse rugs?
Is my horse too hot or too cold under his horse rugs?...
Posted: Friday, March 3, 2017 | Views: 19747
Comments: 4

Learning to read your horse for signs of discomfort is an easy skill to learn when rugging horses.

Avoid a winter coat - when should I start rugging my Horse?
Avoid a winter coat - when should I start rugging my Horse?...
Posted: Monday, January 2, 2017 | Views: 9576
Comments: 2

We get asked this question often. You will be surprised how early in the season you need to start. The reduction in the length of day light hours is a trigger for your horse to grow his Winter Coat

Using Under Rugs – Wool or Cottons?
Using Under Rugs – Wool or Cottons?...
Posted: Tuesday, May 5, 2015 | Views: 8143
Comments: 2

Selecting suitable rugs for your horses can come down to a number of factors. Even a horses temperament is something that needs to be considered. Let us take the guess work out of it for you.

Horse rugging for show preparation
Horse rugging for show preparation...
Posted: Saturday, March 28, 2015 | Views: 6418
Comments: 0

Rugging your horse for show preparation takes some forward planning to insure your horses coat is looking it best in the ring. Their are a variety of different horse rugs and techniques to insure you have success.